This book offers a general overview of the doctrine and Christian life; a compendium of the teachings revealed by Jesus Christ and the proposals of the church. Its objective is to help kw the principal mysteries of faith as a whole and to answer the most important problems of life. It can also serve as a guide for the faithful in the study of religious truths, where religious instruction is deficient or almost null. It is t a simple example dogma and Catholic morals. Its pages emit a source of strength, light, and advice, destined to encourage the spirit and multiple Christian activities. Here, the reflections of these truths have an exhortatory direction, which t only instructs, but also educates and encourages.
Eufrasio Carreton Hierro, originally from Sotresgudo (Burgos, Spain), is a Benedictine at the Abbey of the Valley of the Fallen, and has prepared this compendium of faith in the silence of his cell from his many years of experience as a professor, writer, and priest.